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  1. Black Widow Greater Philadelphia Area Seat Report T-25 and Counting (Thu) Sellouts Showings Seats Sold Total Seats Perct Sold TOTALS 0 66 1057 10055 10.51% Total Seats Sold Today: 110 Yeah, I think going above 100 tickets is still pretty good here. Still chugging along.
    8 points
  2. F9 Greater Philadelphia Area Seat Report T-11 and Counting (Thu) Sellouts Showings Seats Sold Total Seats Perct Sold TOTALS 2 53 865 8686 9.96% Total Seats Sold Today: 19 Comp 0.778x of Godzilla vs. Kong T-11 Before Release (7.55M) 1.670x of A Quiet Place Part II's Thu+Fri T-11 Before Release (32.34M) Eesh. Not sure why today was so bad, but I hope this isn't a fluke.
    4 points
  3. Black Widow Greater Sacramento Area Premiere Night Seat Report: T-25 days and counting Sellouts Showings Seats left Total Seats Seats Sold Perct Sold TOTALS 0 104 16688 18186 1498 8.24% Total Seats Sold Today 185
    3 points
  4. Approximate Guess for MTC 1 pre-sales for CM, SM:FFH and BW Day 1 - 0.7 | 1.1 | 1.05 Day 2 - 0.85 | 0.25 | 0.19 Day 3 - 0.25 | 0.11 | 0.17 Total - 1.8 | 1.45 | 1.41 CM and SM:FFH numbers I extrapolated from Pulse and @Deep Wang numbers.
    3 points
  5. Aladdin dropped 42.5% in its 3rd weekend and legged 4.9x post that. PoTC 5 dropped 51.5% in its 3rd weekend and legged 3.5x post that. Cruella drop is 38.7%, better than Aladdin. 5x legs will take it to $90M. $100M looks dicey, and matching Aladdin won't be easy at all, but I guess Canada reopening will help so $90M is reasonable expectation. AQP2 dropped 39.5%. Great hold. 4-5x legs will take it to $156-168M. Great.
    3 points
  6. F9 Greater Sacramento Area Premiere Night Seat Report: T-11 days and counting Capped Sellouts Showings Seats left Total Seats Seats Sold Perct Sold TOTALS 1 0 79 11335 12415 1080 8.70% Tot
    2 points
  7. As per the death stats in almost every states of India, the excess deaths during almost every month are 30-50x what official COVID death data is.
    2 points
  8. Oh so that where people started breakout in China thingy. Funny Scott mentioned ITH along side two of the most beloved films in China; Coco and Dangal. His US box office takes are sometimes bad, China takes are all the time absurd.
    2 points
  9. Genuine bummer. I was talking about Toy Story 3 and his performance in there with a friend just a couple weeks ago too.
    2 points
  10. Holiday. Day 1 local releases dominated showtimes but as it happens they start losing shows each day and Hollywood films start gaining, and hence increases. Monday is really impressive though. Shows only increased from 52k to 55k but gross may be 35M from 25M yday. Maoyan forecast is 120M when it will be 85M in 4 days. lol. I think 150-160M is very likely.
    1 point
  11. As per our 3 cities data, F9 is roughly 60-80% of BW so far for THU. Since BW sales est at $4.2M overall, I think F9 would be around $2.5-2.75M Approx T-11 days. That's less than GvK at same time, which had $3M sales excl. PWPs for 5 days weekend.
    1 point
  12. Football has always been bigger than cricket, mainly because a lot of the clubs have working class backgrounds. That and it's so accessible to actually play the game
    1 point
  13. without A:EG MTC 1 only, not whole USA. Trend lines aren't actually that, I took whatever data points were there and joined those.
    1 point
  14. IMO it looks more like 300M WW than 250M and 200M by the end of this week.
    1 point
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  16. If he had said "what was the last musical based on a stage show released in summer that was a hit" he might have had something but obviously as others said this is inaccurate. Rocketman and Mamma Mia 2 (which entered the world as a movie and not as a play unlike its predecessor) both did really well, even if they relied entirely on people's fondness for iconic discography.
    1 point
  17. Yeah, I'm actually looking forward to Sonic 2. I'm interested to see what they'll do with Tails and Knuckles coming in.
    1 point
  18. I loved Green Book! It was a fantastic movie and it deserved to win Best Picture that year! Anyways, ITH doesn't have any hope of making profitability now, sadly.
    1 point
  19. I always said rabbits go with Easter...Peter Rabbit 1 had the great spring run...PR2 should have released then, even with Covid issues b/c rabbits and spring always are a pull... It's hard to compare PR1 and PR2, when one had the advantage of being "the Easter season" movie...
    1 point
  20. Great idea. You need a non-sequel overperformer every once in a while so you can try to crank out 9 sequels to it
    1 point
  21. Peter Rabbit's kind of an inexplicable one tbh, I just genuinely don't understand it's weekend trend (nearly 1M Thursday, 4M Friday, and only 10M weekend?). Seems strange for a kids film. Maybe Thursday previews are suddenly going to become much more important than they were even 2 years ago.
    1 point
  22. This is also basically a long-winded way of saying Sonic 2’s gonna flop probably
    1 point
  23. Rocketman was more of a biopic anyway. Nobody looks at it as a musical, and Mamma Mia has ABBA songs.
    1 point
  24. I mean, Peter Rabbit 1 was a fairly inexplicable sensation and it was always gonna be very tough to recapture that.
    1 point
  25. Not shocked this bombed at all, terrible marketing. Reminds me of RENTs release back in the day.
    1 point
  26. True, but my main point was that SLOP2 wasn't a signal of some sort of box office apocalypse. If anything, I find that the holds this weekend have been pretty encouraging on the "return to normalcy" front, even if the openers have disappointed.
    1 point
  27. If it makes you feel better, I’m still on the “theatrical is dead” and “GvK/Memorial Day is a fluke” camp. I’m no wishy-washy hack that changes my mind every weekend. Besides, Mickey’s Law and audiences rejection of midbudget fare meant theatrical died spiritually ages ago
    1 point
  28. SLOP had great legs but the second one still dropped hard. Drops are fairly common with sequels to kids' movies.
    1 point
  29. It is really funny to me how we seem to seesaw from “theatrical is back” to “theatrical is dead” as movies under and over perform on various weekends — just like they did in the before times. Any take of that nature is necessarily half baked since current data is pretty limited — but if you don’t want to wait until December or September or whatever, I recommend at least waiting until mid July and seeing how things look.
    1 point
  30. In the Heights flop because everybody is waiting for mystery Cannes blockbusters F9: F9 DOM opening > Chinatown 3 CHN opening = $399M.
    1 point
  31. Pretty funny especially after CRA got some similar criticisms about its (lack of) portrayal of darker skinned Asians and South Asians.
    1 point
  32. I’ve heard “avengers fatigue” and “superhero fatigue” twice this weekend in person. I blame all the TV shows. (off topic but Falcon & Winter Soldier is a chore to sit through, still only on episode 4).
    1 point
  33. anyway i can take solace in the fact that IN THE HEIGHTS (originally my #2 stan movie of 2020) is making significantly more money at the box office than my #1 stan movie of 2020, SOUL
    1 point
  34. i dont know why some of you are suprised the way i see it is like this : its a musical movie that someone can see for free in his/her home , why should someone pay more money to see it in the movie theaters, its not a big spectale nor a horror movie (in that case , its a better experience to see this kind of movie, in cinemas) .As for peter rabbit not suprised again , no hype at all the first one was almost certainly a break out hit like the life of pets 1 and now that the curiosity left we see the franchises real worth . Both a quiet place 2 and cruella had very good holds. Also i am still o
    0 points


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